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"Name Above All Names" quilt pattern - Favorite Fabrics

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Fabric designed by Krista Hamrick<br />

Quilt designed and sewn by Debby Kratovil<br />

Quilted by Connie Gallant<br />

Finished size: 43" x 50"<br />

2 Bridge Street, Suite 220, Irvington, NY 10533 • Toll Free: 888-442-5265 • Fax 914-478-4278 • www.BlankQuilting.com


<strong>Name</strong> <strong>Above</strong> <strong>All</strong> <strong>Name</strong>s<br />

Fabric designed by Krista Hamrick<br />

Quilt designed and sewn by Debby Kratovil<br />

Quilted by Connie Gallant<br />

Finished Size: 43" x 50"<br />

<strong>All</strong> seam allowances are 1/4". Please read all directions before beginning and press carefully after each step.<br />

Fabric Requirements:<br />

One complete panel 5487 Olive<br />

Fabric A: 1/4 yd M3708 Pool<br />

Fabric B Fat 8th M3708 Spice<br />

Fabric C: 1/4 yd M3708 Gold<br />

Fabric D: 1/4 yd M3708 Pistachio<br />

Fabric E: 1/2 yd M3708 Lapis<br />

Fabric F: 1-1/2 yds 5488 (for borders)<br />

Fabric G: 1/2 yd 5202 Stripe (binding)<br />

Four 5-1/2" squares fusible interfacing<br />

2-1/2 yds backing fabric<br />

Crib sized batting<br />

Thread to match Fabric C for machine appliqué<br />

Cutting Directions:<br />

1. Trim panel (5487) to 22-1/2" x 40-1/2", centering the design.<br />

2. Cut four squares 5-1/2" from Fabric B. Transfer fusible interfacing to the wrong side of each square.<br />

Using the template provided (note page 4), cut out four photo corners.<br />

3. From Fabric E cut eight squares 5-7/8". Recut each square into two triangles each.<br />

4. From both Fabric C and Fabric D cut four squares 6-1/4". Recut each square into four triangles each.<br />

5. From Fabric A cut two strips 1-1/2" x Width of Fabric (WOF).<br />

6. From Fabric F cut two strips 5-1/2" x 41" ALONG THE LENGTH of the fabric<br />

(parallel to the selvedge). Also cut two strips 5-1/2" x WOF.<br />

Sewing Directions:<br />

1. Sew the triangle units together as shown in Diagram 1 using the<br />

Fabric C, D and E triangles. Make a total of 16 units as shown, 8<br />

of each. These units are mirror images of each other and are<br />

NOT the same (note color placement).<br />

Sewing directions for panel <strong>quilt</strong> continued on page 3.


2. Place a Fabric B photo corner unit in each of the four corners of the panel. Pin in place and using a<br />

machine zigzag stitch, appliqué in place (Diagram 2).<br />

3. Sew the triangle units from Step 1 above into a vertical row, using four of Unit 1 and four of Unit 2 for<br />

EACH row. Take care to turn the units so they form a mirror image in the center. Make two of these<br />

side border rows. See Diagram 3.<br />

4. Sew the <strong>quilt</strong> center together as shown in Diagram 4, adding the Fabric A strips to the two sides.<br />

5. The <strong>quilt</strong> now measures 34-1/2" x 40-1/2". Adjust your vertical border units if need be and sew to<br />

<strong>quilt</strong> sides.<br />

6. Measure <strong>quilt</strong> width and trim the two horizontal border strips to fit and sew to the <strong>quilt</strong> top and bottom.<br />

Finishing:<br />

1. Cut five strips 2-3/4" x WOF of the striped binding fabric. Sew into long strip and fold in half<br />

lengthwise, wrong sides together.<br />

2. Layer <strong>quilt</strong> top, batting and backing, baste and <strong>quilt</strong> as desired.<br />

3. Sew the binding onto the <strong>quilt</strong> BACK and bring to the front and stitch down with either a hand<br />

or machine stitch.<br />

Quilt template on page 4.


Seam allowance<br />

Seam allowance<br />

Do not add seam allowances<br />

on curved edge<br />

While all possible care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this <strong>pattern</strong>, we are not responsible for printing errors or the way in which individual work varies.<br />

© 2008 Blank Quilting • <strong>All</strong> rights reserved<br />

2 Bridge Street, Suite 220, Irvington, NY 10533 • Toll Free: 888-442-5265 • Fax 914-478-4278 • www.BlankQuilting.com<br />

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